Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Hunter Mountain on 2007-06-03
- Tim Burke
- Phil Lesh and Friends
s1t02. Shakedown Street >
s1t03. Friend Of The Devil >
s1t05. Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys >
s1t06. New Speedway Boogie >
s1t07. Mason's Children
s1t09. Scarlet Begonias >
s1t10. Eyes Of The World >
s1t11. Fire On The Mountain
s2t02. Unbroken Chain
s2t03. Dark Star >
s2t04. Mountains Of The Moon >
s2t05. Dark Star >
s2t06. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds >
s2t07. (Turn On Your) Lovelight
s2t08. encore break
s2t09. donor rap >
s2t10. Not Fade Away
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|Shakedown Street >|
|Friend Of The Devil >|
|Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys >|
|New Speedway Boogie >|
|Scarlet Begonias >|
|Eyes Of The World >|
|Fire On The Mountain|
|Dark Star >|
|Mountains Of The Moon >|
|Dark Star >|
|Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds >|
|(Turn On Your) Lovelight|
|donor rap > band intros|
|Not Fade Away|
Recordist : Tim Burke - firstname.lastname@example.org
Location : ~10' Left Of Center, ~100' from stage lip, ~9' high (set up at the front left corner of the soundboard)
Mic Config : 17 cm, 110º (ORTF)
Source : Brüel & Kjær 4022 > Oade ACM Marantz PMD671
Recorded Format : 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
Conversion : Compact Flash Card > IBM ThinkPad T41
Editing : none
Dither : none
Final Format : 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
Tracking : CD Wave v1.93.3
Compression : FLAC v1.1.4, FLAC Frontend, Level 8, Sector Boundaries Aligned
DSP performed by Tim Burke on June 04, 2007.
A rainy, windy day on the mountain and both can be heard on the recording at various points.
Warren Haynes - guitar,vocals
Phil Lesh - bass guitar, vocals
Steve Molitz - keyboards
John Molo - drums
John Scofield - guitar
- 2007-06-05 01:24:40
- Compact Flash Card > IBM ThinkPad T41
- Hunter, NY
- Taped by
- Tim Burke
- Transferred by
- Tim Burke
- Hunter Mountain
Subject: Warren & John
*Mason's Children - hot ***damn***
*Phil is clearly beside himself when that Fire ends. And I think he has the right to be...
*That entire post-break set is something to behold - Molitz' zaniness on Unbroken, and the beautiful DS > Mountains > DS > Lucy...everyone's dialed in hot.
I love listening to these recordings from last decade and getting some perspective. Today the Allman Brothers Band have announced their final shows, so it's clear we're seeing the end of a lot of these roads soon...so enjoy what Phil has been giving us since Jerry left.
Subject: Warren rocks!!!!! yahooooo!!!
Subject: Awsome Quality
Subject: great recording & performance
note to sjpeagles1. If you think Trey had the utmost reverence and never messed up a note or word when playing jerry's music you might want to check out the PLF show from Vegoose last year. Trey completely butchered the first verse of row jimmy. It was so bad that as soon as he finished the verse he laughed, apologized, and then started over.
keep up the good work, thanks guys!
What a great show. Hope the rumors of a Phil fall tour come to fruition. This lineup is too hot to be put on the shelf.
Subject: Even better
Subject: Return to the REAL Phil & Friends
Subject: Thank you Tim!
Subject: Tim Burke in the houze!
what I am getting through the pauses of this recording is tight...
Don't stop recording!!
Subject: great show
Subject: thank you
Subject: great line-up, grate show
thin clouds slid through the little canyons below the opposing ridge line, a mama bear and 3 cubs were seen, the intermittent rain was light for phil's sets (compared to earlier in the day), i had the best company one could ask for, and the setting was just perfect.
the music really began melting down by the mason's. phil sounded rich, dropping major bombs. i loved every minute of it and really do appreciate the archive upload.
Subject: great show, great recording
Subject: Very nice show
Low Spark is played out in very good form with some nice jams. Scarlet ---- > Dark Star is wonderful with some nice spacey DS jamming. My favorite part is Unbroken Chain. I always love when Phil pulls this out and this is a very nice version played at a high level.
Subject: Neuman KM 184 recording better?
Subject: whoooooo doggy
Subject: Great Phil show to start and end the summer tour
Subject: good job
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